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Embattled City Hall defenders change strategy

Mayor Thomas M. Menino is pushing a plan to study the feasibility of moving City Hall to the South Boston waterfront. Mayor Thomas M. Menino is pushing a plan to study the feasibility of moving City Hall to the South Boston waterfront. (David Kamerman/Globe Staff/2006 file)
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / July 11, 2008

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The architects and academics who see beauty in Boston City Hall have come to realize they are in a small minority. So they are dropping their rhetoric about the hidden charms of its 1960s brutalist design and changing strategies in their bid to save it. (Full article: 727 words)

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